The rhythmic "dislocation" that follows is underpinned by chopping the phrase off after seven 16th-notes:

This particular melodic profile is very common not just in this time signature, but also as triplets over 3/4, as we shall see in Process 5. The development of this phrase follows the same layout as Process 3.

Combining the rhythmic and melodic expansions:

Going back to the original rhythmic profile: The mediant treatment lets the phrase fall and rise consistently, while moving through the root position, one minor 3rd up, one major 3rd down from the root position, briefly through the 4th chord, and back to the root position: